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3 Reasons to Use a Human Interpreter

If you follow current news in interpretation technology, you surely heard about the biggest leap in real-time live interpretation in years: Google’s Pixel Buds. Unveiled last month, audiences were introduced to a new pair of wireless headphones able to interpret between 40 languages with virtually no lag time. The initial reviews are all very positive, […]

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The Human Element

So, let’s pick it up directly where we left off: “The Diagram for Consciousness” The diagram (simplified to fit the purposes of our analogy) consists of a three step pyramid: At its base, the creator sets Memory as the first step to attaining true consciousness. Memory is indeed the first factor needed both to learn […]

Humans Vs. Machines: Final Battle

Since the industrial revolution displaced millions of workers, replacing them with machines that were much faster, stronger and more efficient than they, today, many people from a variety of professions also worry about something similar happening to them. The truth is that the rapid advance of technology leaves many people jobless each day. One area […]

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Human Translation Services [VIDEO]

Human Translations: The Path to Professional Quality Professional Human Translation Services In the world of translations, there has been significant emphasis on the development of technology and automatic machine translations.  As we will see the next couple of minutes, the use of humans is still essential to achieving professional quality in translations. As you can […]

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Why human postediting is necessary in MT?

We read in a TAUS (Translation Automaton User Society) report: Future developments In general, academic MT observers have tended to view postediting as the weak link in the MT value chain. One of their research targets is to remove the need for postediting as an unfortunate human intrusion into a fully-automatic process. I’ve already expressed my opinion […]

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Human vs. Machine again

Two centuries ago there was the general perception in the industrialized countries that machines were conquering the world. They were certainly creeping up into more and more activities that were previously considered the realm of highly skilled human beings. In England there was a movement of resistance to this trend  called the “Luddites” because they […]

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Machines can’t replace human translators

I realized something the other day while reading a long article that had been translated from Spanish into English and had obviously been put through Google Translate For Translators (GT4T) or a similar program. Machines cannot replace humans! Not yet, anyway. This particular source text was written in very poor Spanish, and parts of it […]

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Why Human Translators Still Have a Job

Humans and machines don’t always get along: the former are often envious of the latter’s ability to perform tasks with greater efficiency, consistency, and more precise results.  The antagonistic sentiments which many people have harbored for machines stretch back many years, and in particular any time machines or technology in general have displaced human workers, […]

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Machine Translation vs. Human Translations

With all the new developments and increasing accessibility of electronic translation tools such as machine translations, some have argued that these technologies will eventually replace the human translator. Are human translators really essential for the translation process, or can their labor be simplified and processed by a machine? Researchers have been working for decades in […]

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